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Where Are MTV’s Most Popular VJs Now?
Where Are MTV’s Most Popular VJs Now?
Getty Images On August 1, 1981, television and music shacked up on a little cable channel called MTV, hosted by a collective of video jockeys or “VJs.” MTV has been through countless iterations and format changes ever since and as it shifted its focus to reality fare like 'Jersey Shore' and 'Teen Mom' in recent years, the VJs became less instrumental to the channel's brand. As MTV turns 30 today,
VH1 Rebooting ‘Pop Up Video’
VH1 Rebooting ‘Pop Up Video’
And now for a healthy dose of nostalgia: According to the Hollywood Reporter, Vh1 is rebooting its popular series 'Pop Up Video' after a 10-year hiatus. The network has ordered 60 brand-new episodes of the series, which will remain faithful to the original series, according to 'Pop Up Video' co-creator, Woody Thompson. The reboot will also add two new genres, rap and hip-hop, which were previously